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6 spring gadgets to help you enjoy the warm weather

Phiaton Bolt earbuds (Phiaton)

The snow is finally melting and the sun is shining. That can only mean one thing for the tech-lovers: Time to get outside and enjoy the weather, with an appeal to this trendy gadgets to help you stay connected with the world, in shape, and spending time with friends and family.

1. Phiaton Bolt BT 700 ($130)

Now that spring is here in most parts of the country, it is time to head out on a run or go cycling. These wireless earbuds, the sound is clear and clean; the case doubles as a Bluetooth speaker you can clip to your bike. The earplugs takes about five hours on a charge.

2. FitBit Versa Lite ($160)

One of the best and brightest fitness watches, the Versa Lite is a new (and cheaper) version of more than four days per charge. The smartwatch also comes in the light of new colors, such as purple and navy blue; you can track steps, heart rate, and sleep.

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3. Beoplay A1 Bluetooth Speaker ($250)

A surprisingly compact and loud enough to hear while you are on the bike or walk, the Beoplay A1 has two 140 watt speakers and lasts for 24 hours on a charge. It is also splash proof. A bonus: If you listen to the outside in the spring, the A1 radiates 360-degrees of sound around you.

4. Somewear Global Hotspot ($350)

Looking to get away from it all? This portable hotspot to connect with a satellite signals to ensure you can still text, send an SOS, tracking your location, and see the weather reports. The device clips on to a backpack and is fully waterproof.

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5. PackLite Nova USB ($25)

For the spring camping, this lantern shines bright at 75 lumens in “turbo” mode. It takes about 10 hours to charge with bright sunlight (or 1-2 hours via USB). The lantern collapses down to the size of a pancake for easy portability.

6. Trek Bontrager WaveCel Helmet ($150)

Bicycle helmets have not changed significantly in 30 years. This new model, which helps to prevent concussion, makes use of a new technology called WaveCel that shifts and absorbs energy on impact. The helmet is light and comfortable and is available in versions for commuters and adventurers.

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